I love the ending, the way it plays with and ultimately focuses quantum mechanic theories on the life of a single man. Really well done too, the payoff after beating the game is amazing as I felt like the ending took like half an hour. I've seen on other places that the story or conclusion is hard to understand, but I thought it was pretty clear. In one reality, a man serves at Wounded Knee and is baptized, meets a scientist in quantum mechanics, makes a floating city with her, gets a wife and goes all religious, and then goes sterile. Has the scientist find another reality where the man doesn't go through with the baptism. In that reality he becomes a private detective, has a child with an unknown woman, becomes an alcoholic, apparently in debt, with his daughter Anna. The baptized man uses this knowledge to get Anna from the private detective. The story is a total mind-bender, but it's so fun to think about. The Luteces are actually the same individual, Rosalind Lutece, but the male is from an alternate universe and Rosalind decided to keep him around, I guess to make fun of him for not figuring out quantum shit before her. I didn't kill the soldier guy, threw the thing at the announcer, chose tails, and uhhh don't remember many of the other choices. Did everyone see at the end when Booker went to see if Anna was in her crib? What do you think the DLC is going to be like? I think they'll do something showing alternate universes, like the DLC will show how Columbia or the story might be if we had met the different Elizabeths as they were at the end. Is the current Booker dead?